Obama giggles, flirts, and disgraces his country 6

There’s nothing serious in mortality. All is but toys. Renown and grace are dead.

– Shakespeare, Macbeth Act ii, scene 3

We are not prudes or puritans. If Barry Obama wants to play the fool in his private life, it is nothing to us. But the presidency of the United States is an office which should  be held with dignity. President Obama (a combination of words that never ceases to astonish us) fails in that duty.

This account of how he behaved at the Mandela memorial in Johannesburg may be a little too lurid, but it errs if at all in the right direction.

From the New York Post, by Andrea Peyser:

The president of the United States, leader of the free world, standard-bearer for everything upright, good and wholesome about the nation he leads, lost his morality, his dignity and his mind, using the solemn occasion of Nelson Mandela’s memorial service …  to act like a hormone-ravaged frat boy on a road trip to a strip bar.

In front of 91 world leaders, the mourning nation of South Africa and Obama’s clearly furious wife, Michelle, the president flirted, giggled, whispered like a recalcitrant child and made a damn fool of himself at first sight of Denmark’s voluptuously curvy and married prime minister, Helle Thorning-Schmidt.

Not to be outdone by the president’s bad behavior, the Danish hellcat hiked up her skirt to expose long Scandinavian legs covered by nothing more substantial than sheer black stockings.

With Michelle glowering, the world judging and mental fidelity floating into the abyss, the president leaned into the air space of the cross-legged Danish cupcake, who is known in Copenhagen as a fan of America’s randy TV show “Sex and the City.’’ It was the memorial equivalent of a bodice-ripper.

Thorning-Schmidt placed her hands dangerously close to Obama’s side. The president’s cackling head moved inches from the Danish tart’s and yards away from his wife’s. Obama then proceeded to absorb body heat from the Dane, which he won’t be feeling at home for a long time.

This wasn’t a key party. This was a service that filled an entire Johannesburg soccer stadium for Mandela …

Actually, it didn’t fill the stadium. The attendance was poor. But that’s beside the point of this article.

It was unseemly.

Michelle frowned and looked as if she wanted to spit acid at the man she married, a good-time guy who humiliated her in front of their friends, the world and a blonde bimbo who hadn’t the sense to cover up and keep it clean.

Finally, Obama posed for an iPhone selfie with the Danish hottie and British Prime Minister David Cameron.

Only after the damaging photo eruption did Obama get hold of himself and regain a dim memory of his marriage vows. He finally straightened his face and moved away from the gentle gams of the Danish object of his desire.

He leaned nearer to Michelle, who clearly wasn’t having any of her husband.

Perhaps at his wife’s insistence, he switched seats with her.

On Wednesday, Thorning-Schmidt saw nothing wrong with the public display of middle-aged lust. One Danish Facebook user called the antics of a president of 52 and a prime minister of 46 “frivolous and disrespectful”.  Another said it was “extremely inappropriate and embarrassing”.

But Thorning-Schmidt attempted to laugh off the whole thing, saying, “It was not inappropriate.’’ Not inappropriate?

Pairing a black suit and blue tie is not inappropriate. Giving your wife grounds for divorce might be seen as otherwise.

But people won’t soon forget the escapades of the people whose salaries they pay.

President Obama has some explaining to do. To the woman he married. To his daughters. To the people of South Africa. And to the scandalized folks here at home.

He owes the world an apology.

Are the folks here at home scandalized? Not all Americans seem to have been scandalized by Obama’s lies about the murderous attack in Benghazi, the Fast and Furious gun-running, the persecution of conservatives by the IRS and of journalists by the Department of Justice, the embracing of Iran, the false promises made for Obamacare. But maybe a giggling flirtation by the President at a state mourning ceremony will evoke national condemnation. We wait to see.

Obama did something worse on the same occasion. He shook the blood-stained hand of Raul Castro, the sadistic mass-murdering dictator of Cuba. (See here and here.)

That stupidity will certainly shake the pillars of US prestige throughout the world.

  • Ralph

    Could it be that Mr. Obama has finally taken an interest foreign affairs?

    • Jillian Becker

      Right on, Ralph!

  • liz

    As you pointed out, after such a long history of un-apologized for scandals of truly epic proportions, what’s the big deal? Its amusing to see him embarrass his wife, but we all know that’s the least of his – and therefore OUR – problems.

  • rogerinflorida

    What a fuss over nothing! Andrea Peyser apparently has nothing to say about the insanity of these World leaders attending this event in the first place; an orgy of adulation for an unrepentant communist terrorist.
    The Danish Prime Minister looks like a very lovely and vivacious woman; what sort of man wouldn’t want a selfie with her?
    As for the embittered crab Michelle: Get over it sweetie, you aren’t white and you aren’t blonde, and don’t think we don’t know that that is the basis of your envy, resentment and anger.


      I agree with most of your observations, Roger. While this “fuss” was spotted at an “orgy of adulation for an unrepentant Communist terrorist,” it is still a valuable marker for identifying the children amongst the adults of the world, simply because of where it took place.

      One would think that folks of this supposed “high mental caliber,” partaking of the dignity, and the solemnity of the event would know better than to “pan” themselves in such an inglorious manner for the cameras of the world.
      To myself, and probably to many other observers it appears that the subjects do not care what others think, or are just not thinking.

      I think it was Adler that stated the brilliant observation “People don’t say what they mean, they do what they mean.”


    The Christian bible has it’s place in reality. Even if I do not believe in it’s majority of premises and stories of fantasy, it does have some awesome quotes:

    “When I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I
    reasoned like a child. When I became a man, I put the ways of childhood
    behind me.”

    Why does Michelle look like the angry mother, as she seems to be starring a hole in both B.O. and the Prime Minister?
    Also, notice in the first picture at the two black gentlemen in front of B.O. doing what most everyone these days does…..play on their cellphones, our newest major distraction…

    I have a very tough time believing that we have an adult man at the helm in Washington.